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Torben Pedersen

This research review, written by a leading academic in the field of international and global strategy, brings together seminal papers published in the past 30 years. Areas covered include the emergence of a global village, the advantages of a global strategy and the challenges of implementing it. This research review will be of immense value to researchers, students and practitioners interested in international and global strategy.
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Nicolai J. Foss and Torben Pedersen

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Stephen Tallman and Torben Pedersen

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Stephen Tallman and Torben Pedersen

Publishing in top international business and international management (IB/IM) journals generally follows the same paths with many of the same expectations and requirements as presented for top general management journals. There is, however, one main exception; that is, the absolute need to follow the journal’s guidance in defining what makes the content of an article international in scope. We develop a discussion and provide some examples of this in the next section of this chapter. We also believe that expectations relating to topics, relevant literature, data collection, methods and presentation tend to be a bit different in the IB/IM literature from general management literature. These, though, are matters of degree or focus or preference, while the demand that a paper be ‘international’, whatever is meant by any particular journal in using that word, is essential.

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Gabriel Robertstad G. Benito, Jorma Larimo, Rajneesh Narula and Torben Pedersen